Touch Kon Tum
Touch Kon Tum   (Apr 22, 2022)
Kon Tum is in the Northern portion of the Central Highlands, and bestowed numerous fine scenes and heritage. Below are some outstanding destinations for visitors to authentically and fulfilling touch Kon Tum.
Ethnic women in Central Highlands work to preserve quintessence of brocade
During his childhood, Nhan Dan people’s journalist Uong Thai Bieu, used to listen to his grandmother singing folk songs while she was working on the loom. After years living far…
Caravan experiences in the Central Highlands
In Mang Den Village, Kon Plong District, Kon Tum Province, travelers can immerse themselves in cold climate, fresh air and beauty of nature on a caravan.
A glimpse of Chu Dang Ya   (Dec 23, 2021)
A glimpse of Chu Dang Ya
Located in Ploi lagri village, Chu Dang Ya commune, Chu Pah district, Gia Lai province, Chu Dang Ya has been an inactive volcano for millions of years. With the typical climatic conditions of the Central Highlands, which is divided into rainy and dry seasons, Chu Dang Ya is coated with different charming looks of interesting colours during each season, leaving a deep impression on visitors.
Buon Ma Thuot – an urban center of the Central Highlands
Buon Ma Thuot, the biggest city in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, covers 370 square kilometers.  
Programme honours value of Viet Nam’s brocade cultures
A brocade culture space programme opened in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong on January 14 as part of the first Viet Nam brocade culture festival.
Kon Tum’s culture, tourism week features various activities
Kon Tum Province will organise a culture and tourism week from December 14 to 17 with the participation of over 700 artists from Central Highlands localities, along with central Quang Nam and Quang Ngai and southern An Giang provinces.
UNESCO to send experts to examine cave complex in Central Highlands
A team of experts from UNESCO will be setting off to the Krong No volcanic site in the central province of Dak Nong between July 17 and 22 to examine the possibility of recognising it as a Global Geopark.  
Dak Nong to hold the first Viet Nam Brocade Culture Festival 2018
(TITC) – From December 27 – 30, 2018, the first Viet Nam Brocade Culture Festival will be held in Gia Nghia Town, Dak Nong Province to celebrate the 15th founding anniversary of the central highlands’ province (Jan 1, 2004 – 2019).  
Festival captures land and people in South Central and Central Highlands regions
A photo festival opened in Quang Ngai Province on May 9, with a focus on the land and people in the South Central and Central Highlands regions.
South central and Central Highlands regions promote tourism
Despite its great potential, tourism in the south central and Central Highlands regions has only awakened in the last three years. To boost sea tourism, relevant authorities and travel agencies have worked together.  
Visiting Lang Biang Mountain   (Dec 29, 2017)
Visiting Lang Biang Mountain
A trip to the hilly resort city of Da Lat would be incomplete without visiting the Langbiang plateau and tasting ruou can (wine stored in a big jar and drunk by using a long pipe), a specialty of ethnic people in the Central Highlands.
Festival bangs loud gong sound in Gia Lai Province
The value of gong culture, a distinctive feature of the Central Highlands region and a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritages of Humanity by UNESCO since 2005, was highlighted at a festival held in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai on November 16.
Lak Lake – the pride of Dak Lak
Lak Lake is touted as one of the must-visit sightseeing spots in the Central Highlands in general and in Dak Lak Province in particular where tourists can take a glimpse into the unique cultural life of local ethnic communities, savor appetizing specialties and experience the fantastic gong culture which has been recognized as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO.
The 7th Da Lat Flower Festival to be launched from 23 to 27 December
The Central Highlands Province of Lam Dong of People’s Committee has planned for the 7th Da Lat Flower Festival 2017. As per the province's plan, the festival will take place from 23 to 27 December 2017.